Hello everyone! I hope you had a wonderful and happy Christmas. Today I bring you a holiday look that's easy to do and is done with a color that compliments every skin tone- bronze/gold!
Sunday, December 29, 2013
Friday, December 27, 2013
With January came my first experience at stage management. I was one of the assistant stage managers for the production of The Tempest and it was one of the craziest and most stressful times of my life, and I learned so much from it. This was also the month I first dislocated my right knee.
As far as events went, April was by far one of the best. We auditioned and were cast in the shows at the Okoboji Summer Theatre and I had the honor to meet Dawn Wells who had gone to Stephens.
WHEW! If you made it to the end of this post, congratulations, that was a long one! This has been a year of ups and downs, first loves and heart breaks; the year my hair went from red to blonde to black to red to blonde to red again. I learned limits and I pushed my boundaries, and I have become a better person for it. I hope you review your year too! XOXO
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Here we have another simple trick to make your hair look nice without you having to fry it with a flat iron (guilty) or a curling iron. I first found this trick on pinterest last year and have been doing it ever since if I want to have curly hair without all of the muss and fuss.
The curls that come out of this are pretty messy, so it's a good style to do half up half down in my opinion. It does give your hair a good amount of volume as well, especially if you use a volumizing mouse. I hope you enjoyed this how to :) XOXO
All you have to do is put a sweat band around your head, so it looks like it could be a really bad fashion statement, and then you take a section of hair and loop it around the band once. Then you add a little bit more hair to that firs section and wrap it again. You keep doing this until all of your hair is wrapped around your head on this sweat band. You should do this when your hair is still slightly damp but not completely soaked, nor totally dry. If it's totally wet, your hair will never dry then you just have a damp mess on your hands and if you do it when it's completely dry the hair will not stay on the band. Each person's hair is different though, so I suggest trying a few different versions of dampness to see what works best for you. This is what the finished product should look like: